Child Custody Investigations

Whether you’re divorced, separated, or are concerned about the wellbeing of your child while he or she isn’t in your custody, surveillance may be appropriate. Having a licensed investigator conduct surveillance will reveal whether there are people around your children that aren’t appropriate, places your child is taken to that aren’t approved, or any other circumstances that arise that you aren’t comfortable with. Keeping your child in a healthy environment is vital, and surveillance can help.

H 3126  —  Session 122 (2017-2018)

Mosho Investigative Group has found the following investigative services to be most helpful in Divorce investigations:

Comprehensive Background Check of the subject and/or the subject’s new partner.  A current background check could reveal new information about a spouse that has been kept hidden.

Social Media & Advanced Internet Research helps fully vet the individuals involved in the adulterous relationship or child custody case. This service goes much further than a simple Facebook search.  With our advanced databases, we can search over 95+ social networking sites including online dating services.  We can also provide a deep web search that goes beyond a Google search.

Surveillance  is the most practical and effective way of documenting a cheating spouse or neglectful parent.  After consultation with the client, the investigator will develop a game plan concentrated around the adulterous individual’s daily activities.

Unmanned Surveillance stationary covert cameras may be deployed in strategic locations to obtain video documentation.

Financial Investigations / Forensic Accounting   A financial investigation, also known as forensic accounting, is the analysis of where money comes from, how it moves, and how it is used.

It’s important that your investigator is registered as a Private Investigator by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, bonded and insured.  Be certain to ask for these documents before discussing the personal details of your case. Any type of amateur surveillance could lead to trouble because of South Carolina privacy laws and the evidence gathered by the amateur may not be admissible in court.